Swansea, UK: September 21, 2018: Commercial sign of ALDI Store against a blue sky. ALDI is the common brand of two German discount supermarket chains with over 10,000 stores in 20 countries, and an estimated combined turnover of more than €50 billion.
If You've Never Visited Aldi's 'Aisle Of Shame,' Have You Really Been
To Aldi?
By Nick Johnson
From shelves being stocked in a manner for luring shoppers in, to using coupons for actively seeking out deals a store periodically offers, any serious shopper has noticed their fair share of grocery store secrets. However, you don’t need to be a supermarket sleuth to discover Aldi's aisle of shame, which is chock full of exciting offers and tempting deals.
The Aldi franchise is committed to cutting costs on the operational level while focusing on products from smaller, generic brands. Sandwiched in the center of the store's layout, the Aldi aisle of shame is a prime target for wandering shoppers, featuring non-food items like clothes, gadgets, and decorations.
Some of the products in the aisle of shame are the same seasonal items featured on the Aldi Finds page of the company's official website, such as the Huntington Home St. Patrick's Day Gnome or a Huntington Home 3-Wick Candle. You can also check out what fellow shoppers have bought on the Aldi Aisle of Shame Community Facebook page.